In honor of Pride Month and to show our solidarity with the trans community, we have compiled a list of viable resources members can utilize.
A guide for privileged white folks on how to approach the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement and the Black community in general.
Recently, President Donald Trump reversed a protection that serves transgender people and women who seek abortions. LGBTQ+ members and allies reacted.
In a sensitive time like during the BLM movement, a few internet personalities and ‘celebrities’ have felt the wrath of cancel culture for their missteps.
On June 12, Nickelodeon announced via Twitter that Spongebob Squarepants is part of the LGBTQ community. Twitter users reacted by using #SpongebobIsGay.
It wasn’t until I attended “Twitter University” and went to college when I realized: I’m not satisfied with the Black history I’ve been taught.
Kendrick Lamar’s music often speaks to the Black experience in the U.S. Let’s take a look at some of his iconic songs/performances that support #BLM.
On Saturday, June 6, at 10 am, activist organizations across New York City will host a march and rally, March for Stolen Lives & Looted Dreams: #TheTakeBack.
Ways to show solidarity with #BLM include signing petitions, attending protests, and donating to bail funds. However, not everyone has the money to donate.
Black activists exist, but they are not always labeled as leaders of the protests. So what exactly makes a person a leader or what constitutes leadership?